Fish & Game welcomes new farm wetlands guidance

Fish & Game is welcoming the new NIWA-DairyNZ resource to help farmers with wetland design and performance. "New Zealanders are becoming far more... Read More

NZ trust supermarkets less than banks

     New nationally representative research from Consumer NZ has found sentiment in the supermarket industry has taken a sharp hit over... Read More

Get ready for winter at pop-up clinic

  A "second wave" of Omicron infections and the opening of the border has prompted local health organisations to bring a pop-up vaccination... Read More

NZ underspending on cyber security

NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says it was great to see an increase in spending on cyber security in the Budget but more is needed as the economy... Read More

Police appeal for sightings of Adrian Humphreys

  Police investigating the death of Adrian Humphreys in Tāngarākau on May 7 are appealing for sightings of Adrian as he travelled between Rotorua... Read More

Gallagher Chiefs head to Fiji

The Gallagher Chiefs head to the tropical climate of Fiji as the heat goes on their must-win encounter against the Fijian Drua on Saturday afternoon... Read More

Rare native mistletoe found in eastern BOP

Mummy didn’t get caught kissing Santa Claus but threatened native mistletoe has been discovered in a corner of the Eastern Bay of Plenty where... Read More

Covid-19: 6,862 new community cases, 25 deaths

The Ministry of Health is reporting 6,862 new community cases, 350 current hospitalisations and 25 deaths today. There are 193 new community cases... Read More

PlantTech moves to non-profit to meet demands

Independent research institute PlantTech has changed its status to a not-for-profit incorporated society to underline its breadth of scope and better... Read More

New bilingual school sign unveiled in Rotorua

Minister of Transport Michael Wood and Te Mātāwai Board Co-Chair Reikura Kahi today unveiled one of the first bilingual kura/school traffic signs in... Read More

Second Covid-19 booster for most vulnerable

People who are at high-risk of getting very sick from a Covid-19 infection will soon be eligible to receive a second booster, Covid-19 Response Minister... Read More

Frosty and settled weather for NZ

WeatherWatch is forecasting a high pressure system bringing frosty and settled weather to New Zealand today. "There will be showers north of Auckland... Read More

Ensure a smooth Gypsy Day

  With 'Gypsy Day', also known as 'Moving Day' just around the corner on June 1, it’s a good time for farmers to review their... Read More

Tackling BOP Regional Council’s visibility issue

To combat the Bay of Plenty Regional Council’s “invisibility”, it is taking a multi-faceted approach ahead of the Local Body Election... Read More

Government helps protect shops from ram raids

The Government is providing further support to help Police protect small businesses affected by a spike in ram raids, Minister of Police Poto Williams... Read More